Lyimo, T. J., M. de la Torre-Castro, Y. Shaghude, N.S. Jiddawi, M. Björk, and L. Lindström. (2012). “Towards an integrative approach to research on coastal ecosystems – The example of Chwaka Bay”, in de la Torre-Castro, M. and T. Lyimo, eds. People, Nature and Research in Chwaka Bay, Unguja, Zanzibar. ISBN: 978-9987-9559-1-6. Zanzibar Town: WIOMSA.

Jiddawi, N.S. and L. Lindström (2012). ”Physical Characteristics, Socio-economic Setting and Coastal Livelihoods in Chwaka Bay”, in de la Torre-Castro, M. and T. J. Lyimo, eds. People, Nature and Research in Chwaka Bay, Unguja, Zanzibar. ISBN: 978-9987-9559-1-6. Zanzibar Town: WIOMSA.

Lindström, L. (2012). “Governing Sustainability: Chwaka Bay in Zanzibar’s National Integrated Coastal Management Strategies”, in de la Torre-Castro, M. and T. J. Lyimo, eds. People, Nature and Research in Chwaka Bay, Unguja, Zanzibar. ISBN: 978-9987-9559-1-6. Zanzibar Town: WIOMSA.

Fröcklin, S., de la Torre-Castro, M., Lindström, L., Jiddawi, N.S. and Msuya, F.E. (2012) "Seaweed mariculture as a development project in Zanzibar, East Africa: A price too high to pay?", Aquaculture 356–357: 30-39.

Henrik Angerbrandt, Lars Lindström & Maricela de la Torre-Castro (2011) ”What is this thing called ’community’ good for?’ In Contemporary Visions for World Small-Scale Fisheries, Ratana Chuengpagdee (ed.), Delft: Eburon.

Maricela de la Torre-Castro & Lars Lindström (2010) “Fishing institutions: Addressing regulative, normative and cultural-cognitive elements to enhance fisheries management.” Marine Policy 34(1): 77-84.

M. de la Torre-Castro, L. Lindström (2009) 'Fishing institutions: Addressing regulative, normative and cultural-cognitive elements to enhance fisheries management'. Marine Policy 2009. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2009.04.012 

L. Lindström, M. Wärn and B. Beckman (2007a) (eds.) Globalization, Imperialism and Resistance. Stockholm: PODSU.

L. Lindström (2007b) ‘The Ecological Dominance of Capitalism. Maclovio Rojas and the Politics of Resistance’ in L. Lindström, M. Wärn and B. Beckman. Globalization, Imperialism and Resistance. Stockholm: PODSU.

B. Beckman, L. Lindström, A. Sjögren and M. Wärn (2007c) ’Globalization, Imperialism and Resistance: An Introduction’, in L. Lindström, M. Wärn and B. Beckman (eds.) Globalization, Imperialism and Resistance. Stockholm: PODSU.

M. de la Torre-Castro and L. Lindström (2006) “Fishing for institutions – the institutionalization of the social-ecological web in Chwaka Bay, Zanzibar” In M. de la Torre-Castro. Humans and Seagrasses in Africa. A social-ecological systems approach. Stockholm: Department of Systems Ecology, Stockholm University.

L. Lindström and I. Bryceson (2005) “Participatory workshops, institutions and narratives”, in M. de la Torre-Castro and N.S. Jiddawi (eds.) Seagrass Related Research and Community Participation: fishermen, fisheries and seagrasses. Zanzibar: WIOMSA.

L. Lindström (2004). “Post-Fordism and Restructuring State - Trade Union Relations in East and South East Asia”. In Gavin Williams (ed.), Democracy, Labour And Politics in Africa and Asia. Kano: CRD.

L. Lindström (2001b) “Is there a future of the labour movement?” (in Korean). Labour & Society Bulletin 58.

L. Lindström (2001a) “Seoul Searching. Korean TNCs in Mexico” (in Korean). Labour & Society Bulletin 51.

B. Beckman, E. O. Akwetey and L. Lindström (2000) “Labour Unions, Social Pacts and Democratization”, a contribution to Visible Hands, published by UNRISD, the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva, for "Copenhagen Plus Five", a follow-up on the World Summit oh Social Development. Geneva: UNRISD.

L. Lindström (1993) Accumulation, Regulation, and Political Struggles. Manufacturing Workers in South Korea. Stockholm: Department of Political Science.

L. Lindström (1992) “The South Korean Labor Movement and Democratization”. In Rudebeck, L., (red.), When Democracy Makes Sense. Studies in the Democratic Potential of Third World Popular Movements. Uppsala: AKUT.

L. Lindström (1992) “From Production Politics to State Politics: Korean Workers in Democratization”. Center for Pacific Asia Studies: Working Paper 22. Stockholm: Center for Pacific Asia Studies.

L. Lindström (1991) “Organized Labor in Democratization - the South Korean Case”. In Kalland, A & H.H Sørensen, (eds.), Perspectives on Japan and Korea. Copenhagen: NIAS.

L. Lindström (1990) “The South Korean Labor Movement and Democratization”. Center for Pacific Asia Studies: Working Paper 18. Stockholm: Center for Pacific Asia Studies.

L. Lindström (1988) ”Sydkorea”. SIDA Rapport 6. Stockholm: Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

Conference papers

M. de la Torre-Castro, F. Demeke and L. Lindström (2008) ‘Dissecting management and participation: coastal East African experiences’. To be presented at the 2008 Conference on Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, 22-23 February, Berlin, Germany, and submitted to Ocean & Coastal Management.

A. Sjögren, M. de la Torre-Castro, L. Lindström, N. Kautsky, J. Francis, N. Jiddawi and I. Bryceson (2007). ‘Depoliticizing Conservation: Tanzania’s Blueprint 2050’, presented at the Fifth WIOMSA Scientific Symposium, 22 - 26 October, 2007, Durban, South Africa. 

L. Lindström (2006) “The ecological dominance of capitalism. Maclovio Rojas and the politics of resistance”. Paper to the workshop on ‘Globalisation, Imperialism, and Resistance’ organized by PODSU, the Politics of Development Group, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University, Stockholm 12-13 May 2006.

M. de la Torre-Castro, N.S. Jiddawi and

L. Lindström

(2005), "Sailing on seagrasses: The challenges of participatory approaches", presented at the Fourth WIOMSA Scientific Symposium: Advances in Marine Science in the Western Indian Ocean Region: Contribution of Research in Improving Human Welfare and Poverty Alleviation, 29 August - 3 September, 2005, Grand Baie, Mauritius.